The Undergraduate Student Services will be hosting Wall Street Prep's M&A and LBO Modeling seminar series at the University of Georgia on the weekend February 21-22, 2015. These weekend seminars are led by former investment bankers with applied expertise in M&A and LBO modeling methodologies, and bridge the gap between academics and the real world to equip students with the hands-on practical financial skills that they will need to excel during the recruiting process and on the job.

Enrollment and agenda

Boot Camp Agenda


This boot camp will be held at , classroom TBD. Full location details will be confirmed and emailed to you prior to the course.

Boot Camp Overview

Why attend a boot camp?

  • Comprehensive training

    Our live courses pulls no punches. Each boot camp is the same intensive training used to prepare incoming analysts at top financial institutions.

  • Learn by doing

    Attendees “learn by doing” by working through practical exercises and building financial models from scratch using real case studies.

  • Networking opportunity

    Boot camps provide an opportunity to network with MBAs and professionals from industries including investment banking, corp dev and FP&A.

  • Experienced instructors

    Our instructor-practitioners are experienced bankers who give real-world context by connecting training to their own experience on the desk.

  • Excel Mastery

    Our training reinforces speed, efficiency and consistency in Excel that investment banking analysts are expected to have on Day 1.

  • Continuing ed & webinars

    Enrollment includes lifetime access to our continuing education online training platform and our popular monthly webinar series.

Full Boot Camp Agenda

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